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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a llama standing on a mountainside. Llamas are native to South America and are used as a pack animal.

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Constance1
Oct 1, 2013
So gorgeous! Imagine living there!
SANTACLAUS
Oct 29, 2014
I certainly would give it a try.
SANTACLAUS
Oct 29, 2014
This one looks a bit bedraggled, maybe because it is lonely, plus it looks deep in thought, whatever it is it is certainly got a lovely place to put thoughts together, it reminds me of the hills are alive with the sound of music, I wouldn't mind being there myself, and we could all put the are thoughts together. A big thank you for this one.
toadalove
Jun 24, 2014
So cute!
toadalove
Apr 20, 2014
Beautiful!
Starrphyre
Apr 11, 2014
Gosh, these critters must really be good at handling altitude. I didn't feel well at the top of Pike's Peak in Colorado. It was a fun adventure, anyhow.
Randoan
Sep 16, 2013
I have just gotten into alpacas - smaller version of llamas. I have been very surprised at their gentle natures. They still spit, but at each other! Not at me (yet). I am told that this is the "unscientific" way to tell that the girls are pregnant...hope so!
ColleenAnn
Feb 23, 2013
Llamas in Alaska, well you certainly learn somethiing new everyday!
vivianKnight
Jan 24, 2013
Their cute. Do they have nasty habits like camels
aknan
Jan 24, 2013
Yes, they spit, with great accuracy, too. Good pack animals, though - they're used here in Alaska on hunts.
vivianKnight
Jan 24, 2013
I didn't know you had llamas in Alaska.
I've always wanted to go to Alaska when I was about 7 I was at the airport we stop the when we returned from overseas
vivianKnight
Jan 24, 2013
Can't seem to type and think. Sentences are incomplete Sorry
aknan
Jan 25, 2013
They're not native, of course, but moose don't make good pack animals, especially when you're hunting them! Come to Alaska, but come about June 20 - July 20 for the best weather and to assure that all of our wonderful places are open. Most parks and such are closed in winter due to severe weather. To really see everything, come up by ship, then take the train to Denali Park and Fairbanks. I've lived here 30 years and still haven't seen everything I want to - maybe 10% is all, and we're out and about a lot.
vivianKnight
Jan 25, 2013
Wow it seems if you live some where you tend to put off seeing things because the day to day things take up lots of your time
jaffacat
Jan 27, 2013
Hi Aknan, come to beaut Queensland, Australia! The Sunshine State! Except for now, mid-summer, when we're having a low weather depression which is blowing like a gale all day & tons of rain! Really frustrating day, but at least we haven't lost power (yet! ). Ususally hot & sunny & lovely! Keep warm there in Alaska! Cheers!
aknan
Jan 28, 2013
Would love to, jaffacat! It's on our bucket list, but right now, we can't be away from the office more than a week and that's just not enough time to see all we want to see!
aknan
Jan 28, 2013
That, and in Alaska, travel to remote areas (anyplace off the road system, which is 90% of the state! ) Is very expensive and difficult. We've been weathered in several times.
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